Undergraduate Programmes

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BACHELOR OF CO-OPERATIVE BUSINESS (BCOB)

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF CO-OPERATIVES AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (BCCD)

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN DISTASTER RISK MANAGEMENT & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (BDM)

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (BCOM)

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BIT)

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS (BBIT)

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.

BACHELOR OF CATERING & ACCOMMODATION MANAGEMENT

Duration of 8 semesters

QUALIFICATIONS

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a Mean Grade of C+ or its equivalent

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

KCSE Mean Grade C- (minus) or its equivalent, plus a CUK Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%) or its equivalent from an Accredited and Recognized
Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division II or their equivalents, plus a CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE), East African Certificate of Education (EACE) “Ordinary Level” Division III or their equivalents, plus CUK/KNEC Certificate and CUK/KNEC Diploma with a credit I pass (mean score of 60%)
or their equivalents from an Accredited and Recognized Institution.

The Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) “Advanced Level” with two Principal passes and a subsidiary.

• Subject Specific Requirements for direct entrants shall be C plain in English/Kiswahili and C plain in Mathematics/Group II.